Learn about no-cost substance use recovery program during March 27 presentation
Learn about a no-cost residential recovery program for individuals with substance use disorder at an upcoming community presentation offered through a partnership between Tidelands Health and the local chapter of the Salvation Army.
The health system and Salvation Army of Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties will offer the presentation from 1-4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27, at the Howard Center auditorium, 1610 Hawkins St. in Georgetown.
The goal of the presentation is to educate individuals from Georgetown and Williamsburg counties about the Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is a no-cost, long-term residential rehabilitation program for men ages 21-54 seeking help with substance use disorder.
The March 27 presentation will explore assistance provided through the center and acceptance requirements. The 180-day program offers residential rehabilitation services for up to 118 men at a time.
Individuals with substance use disorders, their family members, social service workers and any other interested individuals from Williamsburg and Georgetown counties are invited to attend the presentation.
Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 20, to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 843-527-4479.